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Labor unions, corporations, and all private citizens were promised a “Square Deal” by President a. Roosevelt. c. McKinley. b. Taft. d. Wilson.
Labor unions, corporations, and all private citizens were promised a "Square Deal" by President Roosevelt.
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Labor unions, corporations, and all private citizens were promised a "Square Deal" by President Roosevelt.
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